MOMENTS | Mash-up: Giorgio Moroder Releases a Megamix Teaser Video For Upcoming Déjà Vu Album

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Disco legend Giorgio Moroder decided to give us all a teaser for his forthcoming Déjà Vu album via a mash-up, megamix video, which also happens to feature some impressive partner dancing from Ade Obayomi, Caitlin Kinney, and Megan Kinney. The five-minute video gives us short clips of every track on the album, beginning with Sia’s “Déjà Vu” and ending with Britney Spears’ cover of Suzanne Vega’s “Tom’s Diner.” Other tracks, like “Right Here, Right Now” with Kylie Minogue and “Diamonds” with Charli XCX, have been steadily trickling out onto the internet, but if the gloriously cheesy dance-pop teasers are anything to go by, it’s going to be a really fun album.

May 29, 2015 by Robert Cordero

MOMENTS | Best Of: Akihiko Miyoshi Merges Digital x Analog Photography, Giorgio Moroder x Britney Spears, Iggy Pop, Rihanna Released “James Joint,” Fabrizio Moretti’s “Inside Out” Remix

We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers.

Start your week out right with BAMIN’s (Build And Make It Now) run down of this week’s best moments in user-generated content, remixes, mash-ups, collaborations, and trends.

1. Check out “CMYKRGB,” Akihiko Miyoshi’s latest visual series that blends analog and digital photography. The work is on display at Circuit Gallery until May 9th.

MOMENTS | Mash-up: Giorgio Moroder x Britney Spears Cover Suzanne Vega’s “Tom’s Diner”

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After a 30-year hiatus, Giorgio Moroder’s comeback album, Déjà Vu, has been a glorious thing of endless pop star collaborations. In what is arguably his most genius move yet, the disco legend has Britney Spears covering Suzanne Vega’s 1987 a cappella hit “Tom’s Diner.” The classic track is named after the real-life restaurant used in Seinfeld, and Spears’ reinterpretation gives the iconic ‘80s song a very club-pop twist. It may seem almost blasphemous to do anything to the unforgettable doo-doo-doo hook, but believe us when we say this cover does “Tom’s Diner” sonic and spiritual justice. Moroder actually hinted at the collaboration in an interview with Rolling Stone, stating he and Spears were working on “a song which came out about 30 years ago as an a cappella, just a voice.”

MOMENTS | Best of: V-Day BAMIN Giveaway, Reality Bites ‘90s Styling, Dads are the Original Hipsters Meme, Giorgio Moroder x Kylie Minogue, Fresh Dressed Documentary

We’ve curated the best of digital age-inspired creativity—from user-generated content, mash-ups, and remixes to collaborations between multi-disciplined makers.

Start your week out right with BAMIN’s (Build And Make It Now) run down of this week’s best moments in user-generated content, remixes, mash-ups, collaborations, and trends.

1. Build a bag to win a bag! Do something for you this Valentine’s Day. Let your creativity flow, and design and share a BAMIN bag for a chance to win one.

MOMENTS | Mash-up: Giorgio Moroder x Kylie Minogue “Right Here Right Now” Music Video

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Disco legend Giorgio Moroder and Australian pop legend Kylie Minogue collaborated to create funk-electro-pop track “Right Here Right Now” and have just released a new music video for the tune too. The music vid features kaleidoscopic shots of Kylie Minogue interspersed with images of a delightfully spry Moroder spinning records in his DJ booth. The track is from the disco pioneer’s upcoming—but still untitled—album, his first new album in 20 years. Along with Minogue, the album will also feature collaborations with Britney Spears, Sia, Charli XCX, Mikky Ekko, Foxes and Matthew Koma.